Veterinary Continuous Professional Development (CPD)

Transitioning from a national to international focus

The emergence of VAHL from Schloss-Seminar

In 2000, Dr. Beate Egner founded Schloss-Seminar and began organizing veterinary education and continuing education programs in Germany.

The course content is based upon the needs and wishes of the participants. 

The most up to date diagnostic and treatment procedures are included in the course curriculum.

Schloss-Seminar’s reputation has spread beyond Germany’s borders. 

We currently partner with renowned German and international universities. In addition, our programs and seminars are currently held on every continent.

VAHL logo - Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning


Schloss-Seminar has been recognized internationally and was integrated into the newly established
Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning (VAHL)
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VAHL provides:

  • Continuing education that is applicable in everyday practice
  • A large proportion of our course material is based on practical exercises
  • Direct implementation of course material into a practice
  • Small group instruction
  • Case based learning
  • Progressive outlook
  • Flexibility
  • Orientation to the individual
  • Primary focus:
    veterinary rehabilitation, physiotherapy, blood pressure and pulse wave analysis
  • Lern from the best

Our Profession

Development, teaching and implementation of innovative diagnostic and treatment procedures

Successful treatment in veterinary medicine is dependent upon the cooperation of a triad consisting of the veterinary, the veterinary nurse and the animal’s owner.

Our Offer for Veterinarians and Team

Take part in our CPD programs, like CCRP (Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner), CERP (Certified Equine Rehabilitation Practitioner), VMPT (Veterinärmedizinischer PhysiotherapeutIn) and others.
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Veterinarians

Dog during CCRP Course

CPD

CCRP/CERP - internationally recognized by the veterinary medical association.

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Veterinary nurses

Anatomy class during VMPT course

Continuing education

VMPT - recognized in Germany as an advanced training course for veterinary nurses.

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Pet owners

Barbara Bockstahler describes how to use the TENS device

Consultation and training

Tailored to your individual needs - please feel free to contact us.

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